"Something To Cry To" as written by and Mike Daly Moore Justin....
You stepped off my porch
And shuffled right through those leaves
Well, I can't say for sure
But you've given me back that rain
And you always said, you like the sad ones best
I know it ain't much but it's the best I can do

It's just something to cry to
It's something to cry to when I'm gone
Just something to cry to
It's something to cry to when you're wrong
'Cause baby, I'm gone

Well, you spin the dial
But there's nothing that you wanna hear
Well, we can talk for miles
But we've driven down off those years
And you always said, you like the sad ones best
I know it ain't much but it's the best I can do

It's just something to cry to
It's something to cry to when I'm gone
Just something to cry to
It's something to cry to when you're wrong
'Cause baby, I'm gone

Underneath the way maybe, I'm wrong
Don't look back these days, hey

And you always said, you like the sad ones best
I know it ain't much but it's the best that I can do

It's just something to cry to
It's something to cry to when I'm gone
Just something to cry to
It's something to cry to when you're wrong

Just something to cry to
It's something to cry to when I'm gone
Just something to cry to
It's something to cry to when you're wrong
'Cause baby, I'm gone, baby, I'm gone
'Cause baby, I'm gone, baby, I'm gone




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"Something to Cry To" as written by Moore Justin Mike Daly

Lyrics © Downtown Music Publishing

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    General Commentwow, this song is amazing, i cant believe no one has commented!
    about a breakup and the guy just doing one last little thing: making this sad song, because she likes the sad ones best, for her to listen to when hes gone.
    its beautifully almost sweet, but twisting the knife.
    the seaweedon January 10, 2008   Link

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